Allen, Jennifer
November 1993
New Republic;11/1/93, Vol. 209 Issue 18, p9
Reports on the Tailhook 1993 Symposium after the scandal involving the sexual harassment of women in 1991. Naval aviator convention held at the Town and Country hotel in Mission Valley, California; Presence of protesters outside the hotel where the convention was held; Presence of evening-gowned contestants from the Mrs. America pageant, which was also taking place at the hotel; Subjects discusses at the symposium; Focus on the naval aviator goal of locating, identifying and killing ground targets; Discussion of the need for the members to stick together.


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